Beverly with her brothers. Cute!
Thursday, September 19
This actually happened two days ago, 11am, September 17th at Inikpi street, High level, Makurdi, Benue State. And here's the fulllll story guys. *winks*
This girl actually cut her friend with a razor blade after she learnt her friend,who is also her neighbor, had gone behind her to sleep with her sugar daddy.
Her sugar daddy she had introduced to her neighbor friend.
So on this fateful day, our sugar daddy owner had gone to confront her friend, only for her neighbor friend to insult sugar daddy owner's mother, calling her an ashawo.
This then led to a violent fiery argument, they got physical, sugar daddy owner unleashed the blade on her neighbour friend.
Unfortunately, eye witnesses on seeing neighbor friend bleeding, took laws into their own hands, beat sugar daddy owner and stripped her naked.
More pics after the cut
FUCK president Jonathan.If he wins in 2015, I'm committing suicide "
Sometimes I sit down and try to take stock of my life and its numerous stages.
It amazes me to see how far I have come even in the midst of the storm. God is indeed faithful to those who love and serve him.
Growing up was a bit funny for me outside the walls of my home. I grew up in a wonderfully balanced family with a lot of love and care from both my parents who were bankers, my older sisters who taught me so much and even my late kid brother even though his time was short.
For some reason I thought there was something wrong with me and I will tell you why.
I realized that, in school my name always came up whether or not I was a part of the issue. People
The State Security Service has arrested a father of 10, Saturday Dewakei, who allegedly kidnapped Abubakar Adamu, the five-year-old son of his neighbour and killed him when his demand for a N5m ransom was not met.
Punch reports Dewakei, 43, was said to have entered his neighbour’s room at Aso ‘C’ Gbagalape, Mararaba area of Abuja through the ceiling on April 19, 2013 and abducted Adamu while he was asleep.
The SSS tendered the remains of the victim on Wednesday, which were mainly bones, including his
I have been dating a girl for one year two months now and I have always believed that sex is something that should be experienced only in marriage, and I still believe this.
But as our relationship grew, we became closer and closer to each other, and we both fell in love with each other, I honestly thought I had found the girl I was going to marry.
However, as time passed, we became more and more physical with each other, and September of this year, we had sex.
Prior to having sex, I had asked her multiple times throughout our relationship if she had ever had sex, and every single time she would say that she had not, and that she was a virgin.
But about a week after we had sex, I asked her again, she got real quiet and said that she had to tell me something.
She went on to tell me that when she was 16 she had sex with her boyfriend of five months. She said that they broke up shortly thereafter, and that they only did it once, and that she just laid there, and that she just turned over on her side and cried afterwards because of how bad she felt about what she had done.
She said that for a year after, she struggled to get over it, and that she had considered herself a virgin when we had sex.
This completely broke my heart, I can't accurately describe how I feel, but it's a feeling of betrayal, anger, jealousy and just utter disappointment.
For sometime now, I have been struggling with my emotions over this, and I guess what I came here to ask is, should I just break up with her, or try to work through this? I don't know if I can trust anything she says.
Pictures From Tuface Idibia's Birthday Party + Former VP Atiku Abubakar Wishes Tuface A Happy Birthday
A few hours ago, the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation came out with a list of NTBB songs (Not To Be Broadcast). Though such songs have been on the airwaves for months but I guess it’s better late than never. The songs are Wizkid’s ‘The Matter’ and Phyno’s ‘Man of the year’.
On social media, a predictable furore has been generated by the NBC’s action. Fans and friends of the concerned artists have been expressing their angst over the ban with some asking what yardstick was used in placing such a ban.
As amusing and sometimes annoying one finds some of those comments, which I think stem from an emotive viewpoint rather than logical, I have to pity such commentators because I believe they actually are the ones the songs have corrupted in the first place.
In Today’s entertainment sector, sex is king. The more sex the music videos suggest, the